MembershipWe are an inclusive sailing club supporting all aspects of sailing...
Education, Recreation, Racing and Social Events.
Family Memberships are for households where two or more members of one family participate in the Club's activities. Members of one family shall mean husband, wife, common-law and children under 18 years of age or under 25 years of age who are engaged in full time studies.
Individual Memberships are for people who are the only sailor in a household participating in the Club's activities.
Youth and Student Memberships are for
Social Memberships are for people not actively sailing at the club and who want to stay connected with the social and educational activities at the club.
Note - People on the Pickup Crew List who have crewed three times can join the Club as a Social Membership to remain on the Pickup Crew List. After sailing six times as part of the Pickup Crew List, an Individual membership is required.
Sail Canada and Alberta Sailing Association membership
What is this / why is the Club a member Club of the provincial and national network of sailing associations? There are benefits to both individual members and to the Club.
The refundable bond helps the Club pay for services where there is not enough volunteer support. The volunteer bond also recognizes those volunteers contributing to the running of the club. Volunteer opportunities include:
Members receive a $25 credit per volunteer contribution. This credit can be applied towards next year's membership dues.
If you have any questions about membership at the Glenmore Sailing Club, please contact our Membership Coordinator
Youth Sailing Camps
Fun, safe and affordable sailing lessons. We offer Sail Canada accredited CANSail courses taught by Sail Canada accredited instructors.
Sailing for Scouts
Register now for a free three-day learn to sail camp. Open to Active Military and Veterans.